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canon c100 25psf interlaced delivery best option
by Massimo Alberto Croce 3 years ago
Hello guys, I have a project to set up and i need some advise for the workflow. For an interlaced 1080i 50 output, considering most footage coming from a c100 25PF (i think canon mean 25psf) is better
Re: canon c100 25psf interlaced delivery best option
by Bouke Vahl 3 years ago
It does not matter, you get a motion adapter when you switch to interlaced. Edit in interlace if you're output has to be interlaced. This will render your effects interlaced, and that will look better
Media will not reconnect
by Alison Rose 3 years ago
I am a writer, director away from the office to screen footage and write. The editor sent me with the FCP 7.0.3 project files and all the offline media and I am not able to reconnect the media, and th
Re: Media will not reconnect
by Bouke Vahl 3 years ago
Al, Have a look at this: https: www.videotoolshed.com old fcp-reconnect At least read the manual on how and when FCP will and will not relink. hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for vi
DVDSP Importing Subtitle Graphic Issue
by Kris Febre 3 years ago
I am fairly new to subtitles with graphics and am not sure how to fix this issue. I have a bunch of subtitles formatted as .son file with .png graphics attached. I imported them in DVD Studio Pro 4 bu
Re: DVDSP Importing Subtitle Graphic Issue
by Bouke Vahl 3 years ago
Hi Kris, This looks normal. You need to remap the colors. Download Subbits subtitler from my site (the free demo), and look it up in the manual. There is a tutorial there how to do the mapping. Howeve
Subtitle Dailies by Timecode
by Russell Anderson 4 years ago
So I'm working on a documentary. There's a lot of spanish and so someone has been hired to translate and transcribe. Problem is, I can't work with the footage unless I have subtitles burned on the dai
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Re: Subtitle Dailies by Timecode
by Bouke Vahl 3 years ago
Hmm, just saw here that Premiere can import SRT files as well. That would make it simple.... (Never tested myself yet...) Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
software for graph loudness analysis/statistics
by Grzegorz Kwiatkowski 3 years ago
Do you know any software on PC that analyses a wave file and gives back a report statistics in a form of a loudness graph I mean a graph with loudness distribution across the whole waveform lenght. Th
Re: software for graph loudness analysis/statistics
by Bouke Vahl 3 years ago
And there is my Loudness Change. (Get a free demo from my site). It's cheap, does not give you a graphical display, but does give a list with TC and very clear information on what is wrong on what poi
Changing framerate of a .srt subtitles
by Filip Olšar 5 years ago
Hi, I m creating a DCP with subtitles and I needed to transform the video from 25 to 24 fps. My .srt titles are timed for the 25 fps video and now I need to transform it to 24 fps. When trying to expo
Re: Changing framerate of a .srt subtitles
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
What happens if you switch Encore to non-drop frame The difference you describe is exactly the drop non drop time difference. (0,1 %) Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
AVID Media Composer user delivering a PRO RES video file with 4 audio tracks?
by Zachary Snygg 4 years ago
Greetings, I have a client that wants me to deliver a VIDEO file with a MINIMUM of four audio channels. I only edit in AVID pc and the client wants this in PRO RES (Mac). I have NEVER heard of a deliv
Re: AVID Media Composer user delivering a PRO RES video file with 4 audio tracks?
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
Glenn, For my trick you don't even need a direct out. You could use one video track and multiple Wave (BWF) files if needed. (Being way more flexible in making multiple versions.) You know that export
Corrupt WAV file recovery
by Daisuke Kinouchi 9 years ago
Hi, I have a WAV file recorded on Edirol R44, and the file seems to be corrupted. The file size is about 240MB but it does not show running time when I open the info. The data seems to be there but it
Re: Corrupt WAV file recovery
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
The duration of VLC might be meaningless. What are you feeding VLC To know if you can recover it, you need to calculate the duration based on file size... hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart
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Translating and subtitles
by erik van straten 4 years ago
Hi everybody, Did some online research but still kinda lost. I shot a documentary in China but before i can start editing in FCP X I need the material to be translated. Whats the best way to approach
Re: Translating and subtitles
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
Expensive is very relative. Concidering it's 6 hours of material, if it's all spoken text that might end up to being a week of work. (Depending on quality.) There is a huge difference between transcri
Merge Audio into .mov Files
by Janis Huber 4 years ago
Hi there On the current project I would like to 'bake' the Audio right into the .MOV (2K Alexa) using the time code. So far I tried to use BF_QT Merge, but it doesn't really do the job. Do you know an
Re: Merge Audio into .mov Files
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
Janis, Since I'm the developer of BWF_QT merge, what does not work Do note, there was some Alexa firmware that made the files write protected, so you could not insert in them. But that was a couple of
Multiclip sync issues when multiclipping by timecode in FCP7
by Sascha Craven 4 years ago
Hey guys, I searched around a fair amount and couldn't find anything that dealt with this, so posting here to see if anyone can help: I'm editing a two-camera shoot with synced timecode, with the audi
Re: Multiclip sync issues when multiclipping by timecode in FCP7
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
I highly suspect your audio is BWF, and FCP has a very bad track record in sync and BWF. (Google on it.) Try exporting your sound as a QT audio only from QT pro, and import that. Set the TC (Either wi
importing subtitle XML doesn't generate a timeline
by Matt Brodie 4 years ago
Greetings all, I'm trying to add subtitles to a project I just finished. The subtitle company has provided a set of PNGs and an XML file. I have a lot of experience importing XMLs from DaVinci Resolve
Re: importing subtitle XML doesn't generate a timeline
by Bouke Vahl 4 years ago
Hi Matt, AFAIK, a XML for Premiere is for an entire project, not just a sequence. You say you don't get a sequence My trick is to use an old fashioned EDL, with clip names (named after the png's). Tha
burning new timecode into clips.. is timecode useful at all?
by Michael Williams 5 years ago
Apparently in older versions of FCP we could either burn new timecode into clips or create "auxiliary" timecode. I'm receiving lots of footage without "locked" timecode, and sometimes with none at all
Re: burning new timecode into clips.. is timecode useful at all?
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
A lot of people use QTchange for this. hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
AppleScript app for removing tracks from Quicktime files
by Drew Lahat 7 years ago
I usually post questions, but here's an answer for once: There are some scenarios where you want to get rid of audio or video in a bunch of Quicktime files. When syncing audio and video in FCP or Avid
Re: AppleScript app for removing tracks from Quicktime files
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
Eeh Luke, You're referring to QTchange If so, it 'should' work. But do note, deleting tracks DISABLES them. (since there is no new clip generated, there is only a small change in the metadata of the f
Batch Timecode Adjustments - Adding time
by Sabreena Unger 5 years ago
I'm trying to sync footage for a documentary with audio that was recorded with timecode, but without a guide track. For some reason the timecode for the audio and video don't match, and are off by a f
Re: Batch Timecode Adjustments - Adding time
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
QTchange has an Increase Decrease function, just as you probably need... Check it out, the free demo will give you enough info if it will work for you or not! hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com sm
Converting NTSC audio to PAL
by Kris Ham 5 years ago
Hello all, I have audio recorded on an H4N (24 fps) and video shot on a C100 (25 fps) that is, obviously, impossible to sync. I'm over in PAL land (Australia). Most of the forums I've found are for co
Re: Converting NTSC audio to PAL
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
A second is a second both in Pal and in NTSC, and in film. Your problem is a FCP bug, not a problem of timing nor the recorder. Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
How to create, add movie-like subtitles and what software to use.
by Alex Ojeda 5 years ago
Hi, Good evening. I produced a video for a client, its an 8 minutes company course for employees. Now they want me to add subtitles, so they can place it on the company's network_platform, so the empl
Re: How to create, add movie-like subtitles and what software to use.
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
You're in for a lot of learning. First, do NOT mistake CC (closed captions) for subtitles. It's a different thing. Next, be aware of subtitles as metadata, or burnt-in (part of the image) DVD subtitle
audio levels for web video
by Danny Greer 10 years ago
Hey FCPers, I'm cutting 60 short spots for a client...all for web distribution. When editing I usually keep my audio levels in the -12 range, with nothing really peaking over -9db. I've applied these
Re: audio levels for web video
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
This is all ancient now with the new R128 CALM act. You don't need expensive metering anymore to be compatible. (Although i keep them alive cause they are handy sometimes) Check this: http: www.videot
Converting 25fps to 24fps film
by Heather Mahoney 8 years ago
I have a project that originated from film and was captured to tape at 25fps PAL. I would like to convert the file to 24fps NTSC for editing and color correction. What is the best way to do this I wou
Re: Converting 25fps to 24fps film
by Bouke Vahl 5 years ago
Cause that will do both the correct speed (thus pitch) change, and will give you the correct audio duration for the new speed. hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
qtChange 2.26 and exporting XMLs for plurareyes
by Craig Jackson 6 years ago
qtChange and pluraleyes question After recently returning from a long shoot I began to transcode the h264 to prores proxy using MpegStreamclip - knowing full well that Mpeg Streamclip would clear the
Re: qtChange 2.26 and exporting XMLs for plurareyes
by Bouke Vahl 6 years ago
I highly doubt that FCP refuses to make XML files from QTchange altered clips. (At least i've never seen it happen...) Did you try PluralEyes support Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for
Better Export Workflow Needed for Client Review Presentations with TC burn in
by Manny Kivowitz 6 years ago
Hello, We're just making the switch from FCP to PremierePro CS6 and are running into some bumps, many of which we've found helpful advice for here. Our big issue at the moment is finding the fastest w
Re: Better Export Workflow Needed for Client Review Presentations with TC burn in
by Bouke Vahl 6 years ago
Perhaps a long shot, but nevertheless: If you can make QT (perhaps as inbetweens, could be QT ref files), QTchange can insert TC in the blink of an eye. This is because the TC is a text track (see it
EDL Error Message
by rima dat 7 years ago
Hello I'm trying to create and EDL file from an FCP 7 sequence and I keep getting an error message that says "The media files of one or more clips are missing timecode tracks and may also be missing r
Re: EDL Error Message
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
If you open the EDL, how does it look like Do you see the right TC Reelnames AFAIK, RED does not have a Reelname, the folder name the clip is in is concidered the Reelname. But if you see that in FCP,
Create Sync Map (or AutoSequence) using Aux Timecode
by Keaton Douglas 7 years ago
I've read various places that AutoSequence cannot build a sequence based on the Aux timecodes of a group of clips (people have in fact insisted that if you're trying to do this then you must not under
Re: Create Sync Map (or AutoSequence) using Aux Timecode
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
well, i take it the sound recorder was master TC in this setup, so sound will have the same (or, continuous) TC, right MOS is of course another thing, in this case meaning no AUX TC. On file based, it
SMPTE as an audio track
by Brian Lynn 7 years ago
I need to record timecode as an audio track... is there a plug-in that can do this with Audition I know CuBase can generate this kind of audio but I have not been able to find anything else. The point
Re: SMPTE as an audio track
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Brian, From your post, you want to insert LTC, not record it, right This should do the trick: http: www.videotoolshed.com product 44 ltcgenerator It is in use with multiple light companies. Don't hesi
Workflow- Using Lock Box/ Jam Slate And Syncing in FCP 7
by Katie Mitchell 7 years ago
Hi, I'm working on a feature where the Sound Mixer has jammed the TC to the Slate and it does match and can be synced using the "Merge Clips" button in FCP and syncing using the Timecode button. And i
Re: Workflow- Using Lock Box/ Jam Slate And Syncing in FCP 7
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
eer, no. These tools are for cases where there is common timecode. And afaik, there is no other way to do it in FCP than as you describe. But, how is it possible there is a mismatch. Are you sure FCP
Keeping audio timecode while converting from WAV to AIFF
by Sivan Geyra 8 years ago
simple question: can i keep audio timecode or assign timecode to an AIFF file after it was converted from WAV i'm using final cut studio 2. If not, here's another question some of you might have an an
Re: Keeping audio timecode while converting from WAV to AIFF
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Wave and AIFF contain the same raw audio data. There is absolute no reason not to use Wave. Indeed Wave can hold metadata, but it is NOT timecode! The metadata is written in samples that can be calcul
TC sync two camera shoot: F3, HVX200
by Harry Dawson 7 years ago
Hi, Need to have the same timecode on two cameras for interview; F3 main camera and HVX200 secondary angle. What would you do Timecode slate Need to pass this one off to out of house editor. Can do so
Re: TC sync two camera shoot: F3, HVX200
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
The F3 has TC in out, but the HVX200 has no tc options. You could put the TC out from the F3 on one of the audio channels of the 200. (remember, TC input output is in fact an audio signal, relative lo
Avid MXF XDCAM export and Audio
by Mike Jeffs 7 years ago
So I'm a little befuddled and am hoping I can get a bit of info When I Export from Media Composer as a MXF xdcam 50Mbit all of my paned Right, left, audio tracks, and my stereo tracks all get exported
Re: Avid MXF XDCAM export and Audio
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
This is 'normal' behaviour. Direct out is not even needed. Track one ends on track one etc. So a mixdown is the way to go before the export. (If indeed you want to retain your normal mix) hth, Bouke h
importing titels and video mix downs from avid
by Martin Halm 7 years ago
i have an avid MC 6 project using only AMA files (canon 5d)and some titels and background clips made in avid (DNxHD 185) importing the AAF in resolve works fine - i gave the original files a tape name
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Re: importing titels and video mix downs from avid
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
You don't Normally before going to CC you strip all effects. Makes sense, if you have a fade to white on a clip that needs tons of cc, you won't end up with white... hth, Bouke http: www.videotoolshed
Trying to Match Pixel Aspect ratio on Import
by Rosie Walunas 7 years ago
New to Avid. I'm trying to Import some HD clips into an 4:3 SD project with letterboxing. I notice when I import the HD clips, I can't seem to get the Pixel Aspect Ratio or the Image Aspect Ratio to m
Re: Trying to Match Pixel Aspect ratio on Import
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Avid does not really care about aspect ratio. It only renders titles certain wipes in the correct aspect ratio if you set it. So, you're bringing in your stuff at original pixel size, and you need to
simultaneous rec
by Grzegorz Kwiatkowski 7 years ago
Soon I'll be shooting a talk show using four Canons 5D. Is there any way to start and stop recording simultaneously thanks for help
Re: simultaneous rec
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
You cannot genlock these cams, but you can record TC on an audio track. (LTC is an audio signal, make sure you get the right attenuation, as it is LOUD normally) So you need at least a couple of secon
keeping Timecode on conversion of clips?
by Michael Williams 7 years ago
I regularly use MPEG Streamclip to convert DSLR footage to ProRes 422 before editing in FCP. However, for one of my clients this has been problematic because they reference the timecode numbers from t
Re: keeping Timecode on conversion of clips?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Mike, QTchange can do this. Load the clips (set your FPS first!), then save attributes. Next to your clips a small file called 'filename.att' wil be saved. Then place these att files next to your rend
DNxHD trancoding machine
by Dennis Steinkamp 7 years ago
Hi, we are about to order a new pc mac mostly to transcode our alexa red phantom material to DNxHD. I want to make sure that the machine performs well in this task so the CPU choice is crucial. :) The
Re: DNxHD trancoding machine
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
If you're expertise it IT, then look into FFMBC WriteAvidMXF (Ingex project on SourceForge) That will create Avid MXF you can mediatool into your bins, and you can customize it to your liking. No need
Weird quicktime timecode mismatch
by Elliott Balsley 7 years ago
I have been given a media managed FCP 7 project for grading in Resolve 9. One of the clips has a weird issue that's preventing it from coming into Resolve properly. Quicktime 7 identifies the clip (co
Re: Weird quicktime timecode mismatch
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
a quicktime TC track can have a different framerate as the video fps. If you have FCP, you can use 'modify timecode' and refresh the TC track. If not, you can use QTchange (the free demo will do just
Export audio with SMPTE timecode with XDCAM browser?
by Dan Curl 7 years ago
Good afternoon, friends: I have several hours of footage shot on a Sony EX3 I need transcribed. Is there any way I can export audio-only files (.mp3, etc.) with the SMPTE timecode to give to a transcr
Re: Export audio with SMPTE timecode with XDCAM browser?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Beside Andy's options, there is also this if you insist on SMPTE tc http: www.videotoolshed.com product 44 ltcgenerator However, since you don't have tc breaks it is overkill imho. (only reason would
Avid 50i project but 25p footage?
by Mark Norgate 7 years ago
Hi, Sorry to ask a probably obvious question, but my avid project is at 50i, and when I import my XDCAM footage it comes in at 1080p. Is this correct When I play this footage out will it then be i or
Re: Avid 50i project but 25p footage?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Well, if they ask for "quicktimes", they aren't very descriptive. So there is no guarantee they have the Avid codecs, and chances are they start bitching about that... So, get more detailled specs, or
29.75 fps HD format? Anyone use this?
by Ann Clark 7 years ago
This is a re-post of a thread that somehow turned up in an AE thread. Hi all, Extreme Reach came out with a survey of HD trends: their 2012 Q2 Broadcaster Supplement. They describe two formats as havi
Re: 29.75 fps HD format? Anyone use this?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Typo. Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.com smart tools for video pros
Exported SCC time code discrapencies
by Sadaf Feroze 7 years ago
I am using Caption Maker and exported a test SCC file. But the time code that I have setup in Caption Maker are different from what is being exported in the SCC file, when I view it through notepad. I
Re: Exported SCC time code discrapencies
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
From memory, the SCC format has indeed a 'display' time flag. So, the TC and actual display time might differ. Aren't you able to make a preview on a CC capable monitor Bouke http: www.videotoolshed.c
DialNorm and audio levels
by Ty Ford 8 years ago
Here's a great article about DIALNORM and how it uses metadata to achieve better level control. http: www.tvtechnology.com article 120058 Regards, Ty Ford Cow Audio Forum Leader Want better production
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Re: DialNorm and audio levels
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
For the records future reference. (I'm the developer of Loudness Change, and i already have off-list contact with Ann, but it might be good for the others to keep up with developments) Indeed it's set
Do expensive XLR cables really make a difference?
by Terry Nutkins 7 years ago
When using a professional quality field recorder and mic, do expensive XLR cables (for mic recorder) have any benefits over their cheaper counterparts other than reliability Where does the money go an
Re: Do expensive XLR cables really make a difference?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
I do agree on getting the good stuff (not alone for sound quality reliability), but also for nice handling. I disagree that they have to be expensive. Good quality cable is about 1 buck a meter. A Neu
MP3 and WAV transcription file timecode question
by Jeffrey Irvine 9 years ago
Hello, I received mp3 files for the transcription of an interview we filmed recently. The mp3 files were supposed to have time code encoded onto them, but it was not encoded onto one of the audio trac
Re: MP3 and WAV transcription file timecode question
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Matt, Transcriber can work with a lot of different TC's. For you, go into the Preferences. Set it to Pal ntsc, whatever it is, Set it to the desired channel (left or right) where the TC lives Check th
Repairing recovered/found Zoom Recorder .CHK files
by Myles O'Reilly 7 years ago
Hi there. I recently ran out of power while recording 4 channels on a zoom H4n. The files on the card were 0Kbs when I checked on the night but when I got home and ran CHKDSK on a windows PC, I recove
Re: Repairing recovered/found Zoom Recorder .CHK files
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
I have no idea what they are, but your best bet is to get Audacity and import it as RAW. You get options you need to set, fiddle around and perhaps you get lucky. Since you have a lot of data, it it's
Using timecode, LTC, SMPTE on a film set
by David Watson 7 years ago
Hi I'm getting into recording and editing audio for film and video, and I'm trying to understand about timecodes and SMPTE and LTC, etc. I have experience in the studio with music production. I also h
Re: Using timecode, LTC, SMPTE on a film set
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
What i'm missing in this thread is the TC on DSLR and other 'cheap' cams (read, without a proper TC input) Already is mentioned you can put LTC on an audio track of a multitrack sound recorder. The sa
Searching for ap- to match by time created and rename from source
by Ryan Wu 7 years ago
I am trying to find an renaming application. situation Camera records with its name Field recorder records it's name Only common thing they have will be time created as field recorder is triggered by
Re: Searching for ap- to match by time created and rename from source
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Well, i could write you one, that won't be that difficult. But beside file creation time, don't you have common timecode on both files That would be way more handy, not only for renaming... Bouke http
Frame rate conversion - Hardware tools
by james richard 7 years ago
I've been looking around for a real time HD-SDI audio embedded frame rate convertor to achieve 23.98fps to 25fps while keeping the audio in sync. Do you guys know any cost effective box that can do ju
Re: Frame rate conversion - Hardware tools
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
How do you imagine your setup is You're speeding up video. So in order to make the conversion happen either the player should speed up or your recorder should speed down. IOW, if it isn't build into t
Using timecode
by sergio reynoso 7 years ago
Hello, Can someone explain to me to how you would use timecode in your shooting workflow I understand why it is used and its importance. The part I don't understand is how you actually implement it at
Re: Using timecode
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
If you have a decent audio recorder that outputs timecode, it should not stop sending out TC unless you turn it off. But that 'should' go for any device. As long as you put the master into 'free run',
Feature Film Audio Sync Advice
by Rajarshi Basu 7 years ago
Hi, I am editing a feature film, shot using Canon 7D. Now I have already edited the film using camera sound, as I got the location sync sound much later. Now, is there a way where I can sync the origi
Re: Feature Film Audio Sync Advice
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
If you have the same amount of tracks, you can paste the new sound in the video, replacing the old sound. BWF_QT merge (can be found on my site) can do this for you. BUT, be very, very afraid. If you
5d mark iii zoom h4n timecode sync
by Cyrus Dowlatshahi 7 years ago
I shoot with a 5d mark iii and record audio externally on a zoom h4n, and sync sound in pluraleyes (so far really digging pluraleyes 3). Setting my timecode to 'free run' on the 5d, I set the date tim
Re: 5d mark iii zoom h4n timecode sync
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
The trick you are using is not strange at all. (At least you have something if things go bad...) What i don't get is how you get so close. The timestamp on the files is not the file creation time, but
Workable Premiere Pro --> Davinci Resolve Workflow with DSLR?
by Ryan Patch 7 years ago
Hello all - I have edited a huge documentary on Premiere Pro, and am very happy with the whole process. This doc is going to be a really cool, well-distributed doc. I am, however, having a very hard t
Re: Workable Premiere Pro --> Davinci Resolve Workflow with DSLR?
by Bouke Vahl 7 years ago
Well, the project file is a bit risky to toy around, but XML is human readable. I'm very much willing to take some money from you, but since XML is editable with a normal text editor, a search replace
Subtitles for documentary
by audun amundsen 8 years ago
Hello everyone. I just finished my documentary and now i am struggeling with the subtitles. I have exported the movie from fcp and then used compressor to make my hdv footage SD-MPEG-2. then i have us
Re: Subtitles for documentary
by Bouke Vahl 8 years ago
I'm not up to date with Encore latest version, but a few things to concider: Subtitles (those on DVD that can be turned on off) are 4 colored bitmaps. That means, 1 color transparant, 1 color outline,
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